West Ham defender Kurt Zouma will be looking for the home fans to make a difference for Manchester United's visit to the London Stadium on Sunday.

The Hammers will go into the clash on a high after their Europa League win over Dynamo Zagreb but will be without talisman Michail Antonio following his red card last time out in their goalless draw against Southampton.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will be looking to continue their immaculate away form and extend their unbeaten record away from home.

Zouma made his first appearance for West Ham during their win in Croatia after his £29m move from Chelsea.

“Sunday is going to be a tough game, but hopefully the fans will be behind us and helping us to make sure we get the three points," he told West Ham's official website.

“It’s going to be a tough game against a very strong side, but we have to keep the same confidence and obviously play our game.”

The Reds head to East London on the back of a second-half collapse from Newcastle during their 4-1 win, which saw them move top of the Premier League.

Their position at the summit will be under threat with Liverpool and Everton playing prior to their clash but will look to continue their push, kicking off before Chelsea's late kick-off against Tottenham.

Sunday's early kick-off is the first of a doubleheader between the two sides as they face off in the Carabao Cup 72 hours later.

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